Published on October 31, 2017 by University of Washington Computer Science & Engineering

Allen School researchers have created smart fabrics and accessories that can store data and enable gesture recognition without the need for electronics, microprocessors or batteries. The fabric, which leverages the magnetic properties of conductive thread, can be read by the magnetometer embedded in most smartphones. Due to the electronic-free design, the fabric can be washed, dried and ironed.

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